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      Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow

      2023 1h 46m Documentary List
      Reviews TOMORROW, TOMORROW, TOMORROW starts where most films about homeless kids end, the day after they are taken in, and we assume it's a happy ending -- but what really happens next? This film tackles the emotional and ethical challenges that arise when a determined, idealistic and thoroughly unprepared American cinematographer decides to support three Mongolian orphans, while traveling back and forth. Told over the span of six years, TOMORROW, TOMORROW, TOMORROW is a deeply personal film and an honest portrait of how storytellers and their characters impact each other. As the filmmaker and central character, Martina grapples with what it means to intervene in a meaningful way. Ultimately she has to ask herself who is helping whom. Without ever being sentimental, the film is an honest portrait of how storytellers and their central participants impact each other and addresses the messiness of love and belonging and the universal experience of parent-child relationships -- while questioning the power imbalance and accountability that arise when we look and document. Read More Read Less

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      Q.V. Hough Vague Visages Radwan loses some momentum with Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow’s climactic structure but makes up for it with yet another moving cinematic moment... Nov 10, 2023 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Synopsis TOMORROW, TOMORROW, TOMORROW starts where most films about homeless kids end, the day after they are taken in, and we assume it's a happy ending -- but what really happens next? This film tackles the emotional and ethical challenges that arise when a determined, idealistic and thoroughly unprepared American cinematographer decides to support three Mongolian orphans, while traveling back and forth. Told over the span of six years, TOMORROW, TOMORROW, TOMORROW is a deeply personal film and an honest portrait of how storytellers and their characters impact each other. As the filmmaker and central character, Martina grapples with what it means to intervene in a meaningful way. Ultimately she has to ask herself who is helping whom. Without ever being sentimental, the film is an honest portrait of how storytellers and their central participants impact each other and addresses the messiness of love and belonging and the universal experience of parent-child relationships -- while questioning the power imbalance and accountability that arise when we look and document.
      Director
      Martina Radwan
      Producer
      Ruchi Mital, Alice Henty
      Production Co
      40 Cows LLC, Solani Media
      Genre
      Documentary
      Original Language
      English
      Runtime
      1h 46m